Real estate is almost always discussed and much more useful information derived from local figures but it can be nice to see how various parts of the country are doing for comparision. The below graphic is an interesting chart to show you overall figures. Not great to compare Seattle to Spokane or Portland to San Francisco but it's still nice to see how the figures stack up for sales volume and average price changes. This trend of increasing sales and prices is expected to continue this year and I expect into next year. If you're interested in your local market conditions or comparisons, please let me know.
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Uncategorized • April 28, 2015
National Home Price Appreciation Map
by Paul Isenburg
In The News Market Froth Continues The frenetic pace of the real estate market continues to frustrate home Buyers while rewarding home Sellers. The data shows 13% appreciation on the eastside from last year but for those of us on the streets and in the negotiations, it's not abnormal to see prices up 20% since the beginning of this year. Bidding […]
Uncategorized Home Price Indexes Across the Country I'm not normally a fan of national statistics about real estate as they tend to create confusion or become more or less irrelevant but there is some information in the below artice from a New Englad Real Estate Comapny and blog source, Keeping Current Matters, that I think offers some actual relevance. When or why […]
Uncategorized Millenials and Normcore While I'm not too familiar with this new label of Normcore, I certainly understand and have seen this shift in the mindset of many newer, younger home buyers. The idea of simpler, more open floor plans and home designs; of less ostentatious home styles and being in homes different from their parent's designs or architectural […]